Cybersecurity Town Hall
Join us on Wednesday, August 4 to learn more about the growing cyber-threats to business and what you can do to prevent your organization from becoming the next victim. Guest speaker Vincent Voci, Executive Director of Cyber Policy and Operations in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Cyber, Intelligence, and Supply Chain Security Division, will discuss federal policy priorities on cybersecurity. Laura Clark, Chief Security Officer for the State of Michigan’s Department of Technology, Management and Budget, will discuss state level priorities, business prevention tips, and steps to take in case you become a victim of a cyberattack.
Wednesday, August 4
8:00 – 9:00 a.m.
Members & Non-Members: $0
Meet the Speakers
Chief Security Officer, State of Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget
Laura Clark began her role in January 2021 as the Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget chief security officer, making her Michigan’s top cybersecurity official. In her role, Clark acts as the director of DTMB’s cybersecurity and infrastructure protection division, which is responsible for both the state government’s digital assets as well as the physical security and emergency planning for facilities under the department’s management.
Executive Director, Cyber Policy and Operations, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Vincent Voci is executive director for cyber policy and operations in the Cyber, Intelligence, and Supply Chain Security Division at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Voci also leads the Chamber’s Project Security, the Chamber’s international cyber policy working group, which focuses on developing and advocating for the Chamber’s policies before foreign governments, the administration, and the business community.
Voci leads the Chamber’s CyberSeries, which focuses on advancing cybersecurity policies and legislation while educating businesses of all sizes about cyber threats and how to protect against them.